- A Nigerian lady who finished her bachelor's degree with a first-class has also completed her master's degree with an equally strong distinction
- According to the lady named Mary Ogbuka Kenneth, she recently bagged a master's degree in Computer Science with a CGPA of 4.81/5.0
- Mary took to social media to share her remarkable story and Nigerians didn't waste time to join in the celebration, congratulating her
A hard-working Nigerian student identified as Mary Ogbuka Kenneth has added a new feather to her cap by bagging a master's degree with distinction.
Mary finished at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state where she studied Computer Science.
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"I have finally graduated with a Distinction (4.81/5.0) from my master's program. I am officially a Master of Technology holder in Computer science. It has not been an easy road at all, but I want to thank God for his mercies and faithfulness."
How she made a distinction
Mary also narrated how she was able to come out tops, despite challenges. She continued her story:
"Apart from God's mercy, another secret of me passing my exams at that critical stage was that before the examinations week, I have read all of my courses three to four times, and this helped me scale through even when I couldn't study properly during the exams period due to the illness. Preparation and hard work is the key to success."
Social media users react
Many people who saw the post online joined in celebrating her. They reacted as follows:
Elijah Egga said:
"A big congratulations to you. Looking forward to calling you Dr Ogbuka."
Joshua Abah reacted:
"Congratulations for this feat!"
Abdulai Olasunkanmi Toheeb said:
Inspiring Mary Kenneth congratulations
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The young man studied Mathematics and he was the first to bag a first-class in Mathematics since the department was established.
Steve was praised online for his impressive feat.